Our Team

Partners

Brad Bobrowich - Physiotherapist and Partner - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreBrad Bobrowich
Physiotherapist and Partner

Brad graduated from The University of Manitoba in 1996 with his Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy. He has been working in private practice physiotherapy in Stonewall and the Interlake region since that time. He has a strong orthopaedic background attaining his level 3 in both Spinal and Extremity Manual Therapy. He is certified to practice acupuncture having completed the curriculum and examinations through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada.

Brad has contributed to his profession through many hours of volunteerism at a variety of sporting events, both local and international events. In addition, Brad has recently been on negotiating committees representing The Manitoba Physiotherapy Association in contract negotiations with The Worker's Compensation Board and Manitoba Public Insurance.

As a former player with Selkirk Junior B Fishermen and the Selkirk Steelers, he has a strong interest in sport injuries. Brad has lived his entire years in St. Andrews and also was a graduate of the Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School and looks forward to bring his professional practice to his hometown. He prides himself in providing a very personal touch to his practice.

He and his wife Corinne have 2 children - Brady and Brooke, as well as 2 black labs "Scout" and "Vader". When not working he usually can still be found playing hockey and spends many hours pursuing his passion of hunting and the great outdoors. Additionally both Corinne and Brad enjoy travel and their journeys have taken them to numerous continents and countries.

Corinne Thompson Bobrowich - Physiotherapist and Partner - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreCorinne Thompson Bobrowich
Physiotherapist and Partner

Corinne graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1997 with her Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy, and has worked in private practice since this time. Corinne has a keen interest in orthopaedics, sports and as of late, since the birth of her 2 children, Women's Health. Corinne has attained her Level 3 for both Extremity and Spinal manual therapy. Additionally, Corinne is certified in acupuncture completing the curriculum and examinations through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. Corinne's other training includes Pilates mat course work which she incorporates into her practice.

Since graduation in 1997, Corinne has worked in a variety of private practice clinics in Winnipeg and rural settings including the Interlake communities of Gimli and Arborg. Additionally, has volunteered countless hours at a variety of National/International and community sporting events. In 2006/7 she has contributed as a member of the Manitoba Public Insurance negotiating committee and has volunteered as a committee member on the Physio Fit Run since 1997.

Other interests outside work include running - having completed multiple half Marathons and one Full Marathon; Volleyball - her interest stemming from playing on the Royals High School Varsity team so many years ago - still playing senior women's; as well as a variety of outdoor activities. Travelling has been a passion for Corinne and husband Brad. This has taken them to many countries and continents around the world and they hope to continue on this passion now with their 2 children.

The highlight of Corinne's life - along with husband Brad- has been the addition of their 2 children Brady (2007) and Brooke (2010) who have opened up entirely new areas of interest and have really introduced the idea of life balance.

Physiotherapists

Shauna Streich - Rehabilitation Coordinator - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreShauna Streich Rehabilitation Coordinator

Shauna has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Manitoba, with a major in accounting and a minor in psychology. After working four years in accounting, she entered the field of disability management. She worked at the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba for ten years as a Case Manager and Process Performance Specialist. Exercising her passion for helping people find resources for health and well-being, she co-founded and operated Pathway Rehabilitation for the next seven years. Shauna recently took her Certification in Applied Positive Psychology through The Flourishing Center in New York City and is presently completing her International Coaching Federation Accreditation. Shauna is a Registered Rehabilitation Professional (www.vracanada.com) and in January 2017, she will begin a Master's Program in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University.

Shauna has a passion for helping people see the possibility of their own life, no matter what adversity they have faced, knowing that we are the experts of our own lives and we have the capacity for endless growth and change.

Shauna is married with two girls, who have become her greatest teachers. She has been a competitive athlete for most of her life and still enjoys playing as much as possible. She loves being outside, especially in the winter. Her greatest joy in life comes from spending time with family and friends.

Allison Deneweth - Physiotherapist - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreNicole Carnegie Physiotherapist

Nicole graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1993 with her Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy. She has worked in Private Practice clinics in Winnipeg since her graduation.

Nicoleʼs professional interests have been in Orthopedics and Sports injuries as she has taken numerous continuing education courses in these areas, over the years. Through her pursuit in post Graduate knowledge, she has obtained her Advanced Diploma of Orthopedic Manipulative Therapy and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMPT).

Nicole is an Assistant instructor with the Orthopedic Division of Canada and has been an examiner for the National Physiotherapy Competency Exams. She is also licensed to practice Acupuncture being certified by the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada (AFCI). Steelcity Physiotherapy and our clients, are extremely fortunate to have Nicole join our team of therapists.

Other professional endeavors of Nicoleʼs include teaching "Fit for Golf" programs, speaking to the Running Room clinics on injury prevention and management, weight loss programs, gardening talks and also speaking to seniorʼs groups.

Nicole has a love for sports as she grew up playing competitive ringette and soccer. She enjoys running having completed many half marathons and a couple full marathon - one of which was in Switzerland through Joints in Motion in support of the Arthritis Society of Manitoba. Other interests outside work include traveling, cycling, skiing, golfing and chasing after her two young sons.

Melissa Garry - Physiotherapist - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreMelissa Garry Physiotherapist

Melissa graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2013 with her Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy. She has previous experience in private clinics in Winnipeg and successfully completed her internship here at Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness Centre in the summer of 2013.

Melissa continues to further her education by being enrolled in the upcoming Acupuncture course and is planning to obtain her levels in Spinal and Extremity Manual Therapy. Professionally, Melissa has volunteered for the Physio Fit Run, Medical Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy Open house at the U of M and volunteered at the Osteoporosis Canada forum in 2012. While at Steelcity Physiotherapy she has volunteered her services at the local Steelers fundraising Golf tournament and has given a presentation at Hydro Wellness Days.

Outside of work, Melissa has just recently been married earlier this year and she and her husband now reside in Selkirk. She enjoys running and has completed numerous half marathons and 3 full marathons (one of which was in Disneyworld for Canadian Diabetes Association fundraiser). Other interests are spending time with family, traveling and reading.

Steelcity Physiotherapy is very excited to have Melissa join our team. She has a warm, caring personality and has the ability to make all her patients feel at ease. Melissa is keen to pursue ongoing education in the physiotherapy field and we look forward to being a part of her bright future moving forward.

Celeste Basson - Physiotherapist - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreCeleste Basson Physiotherapist

Celeste was born and raised in South Africa. She graduated in 1994 from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. The year following her graduation she moved to Michigan, USA, working in the hospital and orthopedic outpatient settings. During her four years in Michigan, Celeste completed a two year Residency Program in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (OMPT).

Celeste moved to Pine Falls, Canada in early 2000. Shortly after arriving in Canada she completed her Acupuncture training from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada as well as her STOTT Pilates Instructor Training in Matwork and Reformer. During her twelve years in Pine Falls she worked at Pine Falls Physiotherapy and later owned Blue Water Physiotherapy. Celeste and her family relocated to the Lockport area in 2012.

Celeste has a keen interest in hands on manual therapy and has increasingly become interested in treating the fascial system. The fascia is an uninterrupted sheet of tissue that extends from the head to the feet and from the exterior to the interior. The fascial system is what connects all the tissues of our bodies and this approach addresses the body as a whole instead of separate segmental parts. Celeste has trained in Myofascial Release (John Barnes), Visceral Manipulation (Barral Institute), Neural Manipulation (Barral Institute) and Cranio Sacral Therapy (Upledger Institute).

The connectedness of our human bodies continues to amaze and fascinate me and I hope to continue my journey in learning the wonders of our human body” - Celeste

Carol Bilinski - Physiotherapist - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreCarol Bilinski Physiotherapist

Carol graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation. Since her graduation, she has pursued continuing education in various courses and areas of interest including manual therapy levels through the Orthopaedic Division, vestibular rehabilitation, running and various neurological assessment and treatment courses.

She brings with her extensive experience both in city and rural hospitals, home care as well as 15 years in private practice in Winnipeg. Carol has called Selkirk her home since 1983. A community person at heart, she has volunteered in numerous community events and organizations. She looks forward in using her varied experience and continuing education courses to provide physiotherapy to the people in her community. Steelcity Physiotherapy welcomes Carol as she brings much knowledge and experience to our physiotherapy team!

Jessica David - Physiotherapist - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreJessica David  Physiotherapist

Jessica graduated from the University of Winnipeg in 2012 with her Bachelor of Kinesiology. Upon graduation, she decided to continue her education at the University of Manitoba and received her Masters of Physical Therapy earlier this year (2016). Jessica has previous experience in both private and public sectors of the physical therapy profession and as such has volunteered her time with the Manitoba Physiotherapy Association's Public Practice Committee. Jessica was involved with CoRS - Physical Therapy Open house at the U of M, and spearheaded the scope of practice initiative. While at Steelcity Physiotherapy Jessica has also volunteered her time as a member of the board for the Lockport River's Edge Run for NF.

Jessica has plans to further her professional development by obtaining her acupuncture certification from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada in the near future, as well as continuing her education in Orthopedics and pursuing the Extremity and Spinal manual therapy levels.

Jessica grew up in Lockport, Manitoba, and has been involved in athletics for most of her life. She participated in competitive volleyball growing up, and still remains very active to this day. Jessica enjoys spending most of her down time outdoors whether its long runs in the summer, or cross-country skiing in the winter, she can usually be found at Birds Hill Park with her husky, Keisha. When she isn't doing something active, Jessica enjoys cooking, spending time with family and friends, and has a great passion for traveling.

Madison Brook  Physiotherapist

Madison obtained her Bachelor of Physical and Health Education from the University of Winnipeg in 2015. Immediately upon graduation she attended the University of Manitoba and graduated in 2017 with her Masters of Physical Therapy. Madison volunteered with various events and programs at the University of Manitoba and in the community during her time in the physiotherapy program. Some highlights included the CoRS Open House, Siloam Mission in the gym, Teddy Bear Picnic, Manitoba Marathon, Saskatchewan and Manitoba Summer Games. Madison also joined the Physio Fit Run committee in 2016 and looks forward to continuing to be involved in the physiotherapy community.

Madison is eager to further her professional development. She plans to obtain her acupuncture certification and pursue the extremity and spinal manual therapy levels within the next few years. Madison also has a passion for working with patients with neurological conditions and is excited to take courses to expand her knowledge in this area of practice.

Madison was born and raised in Selkirk. Her passion for volleyball developed at a young age. She played for the Selkirk Royals throughout the majority of her volleyball career and has spent the last 6 years as a head coach with the Selkirk Royals Volleyball Club. Madison also enjoys traveling and spending time with her friends and family.

Lexie Flynn  Physiotherapist

Lexie graduated from the University of Winnipeg with her Bachelor of Science in 2014, and continued on to complete her Master of Physical Therapy in 2017. In her final year of study Lexie was selected to be part of the Advanced Orthopedic Manual Therapy placement, completing part of it at Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness Centre. Lexie has obtained her Level 1 orthopedic certification and has worked to further her education by participating in taping, strength and conditioning courses. She plans to obtain further levels in spinal and extremity manual therapy through the Orthopedic division, as well as obtain her acupuncture certification.

Lexie has enjoyed giving back to the profession by being an active member with the Communications Committee of the Manitoba Physiotherapy Association. She has also volunteered her time at events such as the CoRs Open House, the Physio Fit Run, the Manitoba Marathon, and Ballet in the Park.

Having been introduced to physiotherapy through competitive sport at a young age, Lexie knew that it was the profession for her. She grew up playing provincial and university level soccer, as well as dancing extensively for many years. She continues to stay active and still enjoys soccer, weight training and yoga. She is currently working towards a goal of completing a half marathon in the next year. Travelling, baking and spending time with her dog Bindi take up any free time that she finds herself with!

Sitha Soung  Physiotherapist

Sitha graduated from the University of Manitoba with his Bachelor of Kinesiology – Athletic Therapy degree in 2015 and continued on to complete his Masters in Physical Therapy in 2017. In continuing his education, Sitha has completed his acupuncture certification, Level 1 with the Orthopaedic Division, courses in Mulligan Concept manual therapy techniques, and other various courses in rehabilitation principles. In addition, Sitha is certified as an athletic therapist and personal trainer through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.

Sitha brings with him extensive experience working with athletes of all ages and skill levels. Over the years, Sitha has worked with the Manitoba Soccer Association Provincial soccer team, Bison’s football and soccer programs, and currently covers many Winnipeg high school football games. In addition, Sitha has covered a variety of international, national and provincial competitions in volleyball, baseball, triathlon, tennis, hockey, taekwondo, rugby, gymnastics, basketball, ultimate and golf. Sitha enjoys giving back to his profession by volunteering at the CoRS Open House, Siloam Mission, the Department of Physical Therapy’s MMI’s, Mobile Falls Clinics and is an active member of the Manitoba Physiotherapy Association’s Professional Development and Sport Physiotherapy committees.

Sitha is passionate about helping his clients return to function through the utilization of manual therapy and exercise. As a believer in life-long learning, Sitha plans to advance his skills in manual therapy through courses in spinal and extremity manual therapy through the Orthopedic Division and is currently working towards obtaining his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification through the NSCA.

In his spare time, Sitha enjoys playing and watching basketball, strength training, hiking and spending time with his family.

Athletic Therapist

Kaitlyn Telenko - Support Staff - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreAlison Deneweth Athletic Therapist

Alison is a certified Athletic Therapist with a bachelors degree in Physical Education and Sport Science from the University of Alberta. Alison has been a certified Athletic Therapist since 1990 and the proprietor of Allsport Athletic Therapy in Selkirk since 1992. Steelcity is elated that Alison has decided to join our rehab team as she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience. This includes being the trainer for Selkirk Steelers Junior A hockey club for the past 25 years, involvement with the medical/safety aspect of Hockey Manitoba's Program of Excellence for 3 years, and Team Western therapist for the 2003 World Under 17 Hockey team. Other experience includes selection to the core medical team for the Canada Games in Kamloops (1993), Grand Prairie (1995), Brandon (1997) and London (2001), and Chief Therapist for the Western Canada Summer games in 2003.

Additionally Alison is an instructor at the Massage therapy College of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg as well as a guest lecturer at the University of Manitoba.

Alison has been a long term resident of Selkirk where her 2 wonderful kids have been raised. Away from the clinic she loves to travel, swim and cross country ski.

We welcome Alison to our team as well as all her present and past clients to our facility.

Registered Massage Therapist

Stephanie Weidmann - Registered Massage Therapist - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness Centre

Tracey Girling Registered Massage Therapist

Tracey is a local Selkirk resident. She attended Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School and graduated in 1998. Following her graduation she attended the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy and completed her training in 2001. After graduation she moved to Calgary where she began her career working at World Health Club. She worked out West for 3 years before returning to Winnipeg. Since returning she has working in a Winnipeg based chiropractic office for the last 8 years.

Tracey is certified in Low Intensity Laser therapy and has taken courses in manual lymphatic drainage. Her main focus in her practice is deep tissue and trigger point massage which is a great fit for Steelcity Physiotherapy. In the New Year, Tracey will begin her training in myofascial release and rejuvenating face massage.

In her personal life, Tracey keeps very busy with her son Grayson and they spend quality time biking and swimming.

Steelcity Physiotherapy is very excited to have Tracey join our team as she brings a tremendous amount of experience complimenting our multi-disciplinary team.

Stephanie Weidmann - Registered Massage Therapist - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreStephanie Weidmann Registered Massage Therapist

Steelcity is very excited to welcome Stephanie – Registered Massage Therapist – to our quality massage therapy team.

Stephanie has lived in Selkirk her entire life. After graduating from the Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School in 2011, she attended Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy. She graduated from her program with Honors in 2013.

Her interest in massage began at a young age, when she was a competitive gymnast and had experienced a few minor injuries that typically come with the sport. She found massage therapy helped get her back on her feet. After a back injury took her out of gymnastics for good, she took an interest in helping people return to their activities after an injury.

Stephanie's main focus in her practice, is providing quality assessment and treatment tailored to her client's needs while promoting a relaxing / restorative environment. Stephanie continues to strive toward excellence in continuing education and is presently working towards her Sports Massage Therapy certificate.

Stephanie enjoys keeping an active lifestyle whether it be rollerblading, running or playing outside with her dog. She presently resides in Selkirk and is happy to be giving back to the community within which she has been raised.

Stephanie looks forward to joining the Steelcity team and being able to work with a diverse group of people. She welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the team and learn from those presently employed here. Welcome aboard Stephanie!!

Alex Correia - Registered Massage Therapist - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreAlex Correia  Registered Massage Therapist

Alex was born and raised in Thompson, MB. In August of 2014 she started her 2500 hour massage therapy program at Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies in Winnipeg, MB. She graduated July 2016 with training in specific treatment and assessment, fascial release, sports massage, and breast massage.

Alex's intent during her appointments is to provide a quality assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation plan to enhance the healing of her clients and to help them return to their activities of daily living without pain or discomfort.

Having a 10 year background with the Thompson Ring Ravens as a defensemen and referee, a high school badminton career lasting 4 years, and a retired distance runner, Alex has naturally found joy in working with athletes of all ages and sports.

Cori Simpson  Registered Massage Therapist

Cori has lived in Petersfield her entire life. After graduating from the Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School in 2011, she attended Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2012. She graduated from her program in 2014.

Cori’s main focus in her practice is providing quality assessment and treatment for her clients, while promoting a relaxing / restorative environment. Cori is presently working towards her Sports Massage Therapy certificate and she currently has pre/post sports massage, taping, and onsite injury. Cori also has taken a fascia workshop as part of her continuing education.

In Cori’s spare time outside of work life she enjoys keeping active whether it be hockey, running, being in the outdoors or playing with her daughter. She still resides in Petersfield and is looking forward to giving back to her community.

Kinesiologists / Trainers

Kaitlyn Telenko - Kinesiologist/Trainer - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreKaitlyn Telenko  Kinesiologist/Trainer

Kaitlyn was born in Winnipeg and has been a life long resident of St. Andrews. She attended St. Andrews School, Lockport Junior High and graduated in 2012 from The Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School. Kaitlyn was then enrolled at the University of Winnipeg and has since then graduated with her degree in Kinesiology.

Kaitlyn has been a member of the Steelcity team since the clinic opened in 2011 working as a physio aid. Upon her university graduation, she has passionately worked along side our team of trainers assisting in the rehabilitation of many. While she loves working with patients in an exercise rehab setting, she wishes to continue her knowledge of the human body and is currently enrolled in the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba.

Health and wellness is one of Kaitlyn's many passions. Despite a demanding schedule, Kaitlyn has found time in the past and present to play on a senior women's volleyball team, coach gymnastic and club volleyball, organize the Steelcity Run Club and create our ongoing Steelcity "Fit Happens" Bootcamp.

Kaitlyn is an eternal optimist with an excellent attitude. Her positive traits make her a great leader. This along with her work ethic and enthusiasm makes her a great asset to our team. We wish her well in her schooling endeavors and know she will excel in anything that she pursues.

Colton Doersam - Kinesiologist/Trainer - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreColton Doersam  Kinesiologist/Trainer

Colton grew up in St. Andrews and graduated from Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School in 2012. He is currently finishing his last year of his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Athletic Therapy at the University of Winnipeg. Colton has made the Dean's List in all four years he has been at the University of Winnipeg and has been the proud recipient of multiple scholarships. Throughout his degree he has had the opportunity to work with multiple Wesmen teams as well as with West Kildonan's high school football team and Garden City's high school hockey team. Colton also had the great pleasure of working under Steelcity's very own Alison Deneweth for a portion of his clinical hours and learned so much from her. Once graduated, Colton plans to apply to the medicine program at the University of Manitoba and pursue a career as either a sports medicine or emergency room physician.

Outside of school, Colton lives a very active and healthy lifestyle that involves playing multiple sports and going to the gym. Colton enjoys playing recreational hockey and going on ski trips during the winter and playing recreational soccer, volleyball and softball during the summer. Also during the summer, Colton enjoys spending time at his lake, listening to country music and being out on the water either fishing or wakeboarding

Administrators

Ali Schkawritka - Administrator - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreAli Schkawritka Administrator

We at Steelcity Physiotherapy are ecstatic to have Ali join our team. Brad and Ali have worked together in the past and welcomed her with open arms when she chose to join our new venture. Her contribution will be invaluable. There is not many people more positive and energetic than Ali and many come to adore her.

Ali grew up in Lavenham, Manitoba where her parents owned a small country store. She graduated high school in Macgregor. Her life journey has taken her to Winnipeg and spent 5 years in Souris, Manitoba. She presently resides in Stonewall and has a very busy life raising her 4 children Brett, Keegan, Alexis and Tanner along with her husband Bob. Ali balances work and her personal life well and enjoys reading, cross country skiing, travelling and spending time with her wonderful family when not at work.

Candace Tanisiciuk - Administrator - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreCandace Tanisiciuk Administrator

Candace grew up just outside Oakbank graduating from Springfield Collegiate. Together with her husband, they live with their two dogs Riley & Charlie.

Outside of work she enjoys gardening, cooking, baking and spending quality time with her husband, family & dogs.

Previously working 7 years at another rural clinic, she brings experience but has the willingness to always learn new things. She really enjoys being apart of the Steelcity Team!

Support Staff

Shaelyn Pepper - Support Staff - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreShaelyn Pepper Support Staff

Shaelyn was born in the small town of Tumbler Ridge in northern British Columbia and then she grew up in Northern Ontario. She moved to Selkirk in 2009 where she attended ESJH and Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School. She graduated in June 2014 with honors and was awarded the Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness Center Bursary.

She now attends the University of Winnipeg where she is completing a 4-year bachelor degree in Kinesiology. After her degree she plans to continue her education into a Masters program and ensure she maintains an active lifestyle. She is currently planning the first ever motionball Marathon of Sport event raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics at the University.

When she is not at school or work she is probably playing or coaching sports, rugby in the summer and ringette the rest of the year! She is currently training towards getting into triathlon’s in the future! Overall Shaelyn loves living an active lifestyle and is open to trying any activity, especially if she can travel for it! She loves being apart of the wonderful Steelcity family!

Tiana Starodub - Support Staff - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreTiana Starodub Support Staff

Tiana Starodub currently attends The Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School. The honour student looks forward to graduating in 2017 and furthering her education in University. As a resident of St. Andrews, she attended St. Andrews School and Lockport Junior High prior to entering the Comprehensive High School. As an active student Tiana participated in volleyball and was part of the Selkirk Competitive Dance Program, receiving Gold at Dance Manitoba in 2015 for her solo performance. When Tiana is not working or in school, she enjoys exercising, going for walks, and hanging with her friends and family.

Kenzie Brook - Support Staff - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness CentreKenzie Brook Support Staff

Kenzie was born in Selkirk where she lived for eight years and later moved to Lockport. She attended Happy Thought School, East Selkirk Middle School and is currently in grade 12 at Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School. The honour student has received many awards for her academic achievements and involvement in her school. After graduation, she plans to go to university to study science.

Kenzie is an active member in the community as well, volunteering at various events. She recently went to Ecuador for a school humanitarian trip where she learned about a new culture, new people and new food! Kenzie also realized the importance of being grateful for what we have here in Canada. She feels she became a stronger person and an even stronger leader.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading, travelling, being active, attending yoga classes and spending time with family and friends. Kenzie is excited to join the Steelcity Physio team!

Kenzie Brook - Support Staff - Steelcity Physiotherapy & Wellness Centre

Alyssa Rewicki Support Staff

Alyssa grew up in East St Paul and currently lives in North Kildonan. She recently graduated with her Bachelor of Physical and Health Education and continues to work part time on her 4 year Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology. Alyssa developed a love for health care after volunteering for 5 years at CancerCare Manitoba and for one year at the Health Sciences Centers physiotherapy clinic. She aspires to someday have a career in a related field and is excited to learn and grow in her new position here at Steelcity. 

When not working and studying Alyssa likes to spend time keeping active in a variety of sports and activities, including softball, running, skating and kayaking. She also enjoys drawing, painting and relaxing with her cat Harvey. She is an avid traveler and her most recent trips include a tour of Spain and a month long trip to Africa where she volunteered at a wildlife rehabilitation center.